- "We’re getting pretty close to the low of 3.5 we saw before the last recession," the state's chief economist Alexandra Hall said.Read more
Colorado added more than 11,000 jobs between May and June. That’s more than twice the job growth from the previous two months.
- Colorado lost 3,900 jobs in March after gaining 12,200 jobs in February, the state reported Tuesday.Read more
- More people joined the labor force in February, which caused the jobless rate to remain unchanged despite 12,200 new jobs.Read more
Employers added 4,700 jobs last month, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment reported Tuesday.
Colorado has added more than 54,000 jobs over the past year.
Officials say the state has had three years of uninterrupted job growth.